The wedding bells are ringing and the royal family is gearing up to add another marriage to the books for 2018.
Mark your calendars! Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will tie the knot on Oct. 12 after their lengthy courtship of 7 years.
The Duke of York tweeted a detailed map of the carriage procession route, which begins and ends at Windsor Castle.
The Carriage Procession will take the newly married couple from St George’s Chapel through Windsor Town, returning to Windsor Castle along Cambridge Drive. Take a look at this map showing the Procession Route. pic.twitter.com/UpcxW73BfQ
— The Duke of York (@TheDukeOfYork) October 11, 2018
Guests from charities supported by the princess and her husband-to-be will be in attendance, a tweet by The Royal Family confirms.
And, of course, many within the royal family will be included in the wedding party, given roles of honor in this exciting affair.
It’s no surprise that Princess Beatrice has been chosen as Maid of “Honour,” while Mr. Brooksbank’s brother, Tom, will stand as Best Man.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have today confirmed that Princess Beatrice will be Maid of Honour and Jack’s brother, Tom Brooksbank, will be Best Man. #Siblings https://t.co/wlAd3Eu9G1 pic.twitter.com/JjbJ82WIXX
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) October 10, 2018
What’s perhaps most exciting for anyone who follows the royal family is that Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been given roles in the wedding, too.
Charlotte will attend as a bridesmaid and George will serve as a pageboy, Fox News reported. No doubt everyone is anticipating the adorable photos in which the siblings will appear.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 11, 2018
Princess Eugenie’s wedding will mark the fourth wedding for George and Charlotte in two years, according to Fox News. At ages 3 and 5, that’s quite a lot to put on their little shoulders.
But they don’t seem to mind. As long as there’s cake involved, I’m sure this brother and sister are happy to get all dolled up.
— Mirror Royal (@MirrorRoyal) October 11, 2018
They might as well get used to it. As two very important members of the royal family, they can likely expect more occasions on which to play dress up.
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